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Shun Higo Nokami Gentleman's Knife

Shun Higo Nokami Gentleman's Knife

Who said you had to be at home to enjoy the precision of a Shun blade? The Shun Higo Nokami Gentleman's Knife ($100) lets you bust out your culinary cutting skills wherever the need arises, with a locking foldout six-inch blade made from high-carbon stain-resistant VG-10 steel, a resin-infused PakkaWood handle with an inlaid silver and brass samurai family crest emblem, and an included black lacquer box with leather sheath. Good for cutting everything from steak to sushi.

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    It's definitely one of the more expensive multi-tools we've written about, but it's also one of the most hardcore. The Surefire Delta Folding Survival Knife ($435) features a Crucible CPM S30V steel blade and titanium frame for maximum performance in hand-to-hand combat, but also includes a cutter/crimper, flathead screwdriver, a slotted wrench, a cord/harness cutter, window breaker, and reversible pocket clip for completing less, ummm, violent tasks.

  • Gerber Epic Knife

    If you're stuck carrying just one knife on your next outdoorsy adventure, the Gerber Epic Knife ($30) wouldn't be a bad choice. This versatile chrome-molybdenum stainless steel blade features a textured nylon handle, a serrated edge, a blunt tip, an integrated bottle opener, and a locking sheath that also sports a reversible pocket clip so you can carry it on right or left side — which is really handy if your other hand is busy holding a beer or fighting off a hungry grizzly bear.